Google had a small user base at the start, compared to Yahoo or Internet Explorer, however, Google Chrome has outperformed the competition.
With the largest market share in the search and browsing industry, Google has certainly dominated this space. You may be wondering what puts Google Chrome ahead of the competition. Well, experts say it’s the company’s effort to keep its search engine both simple and packed with unique features that set Chrome apart from its competitors. From the outset, the browser took a minimalist approach to design, with perfectly placed features that made it useful and concise.
One of the unique features of Google Chrome was the Mute Tab button, which was located to the left of a tab and allows the user to mute the sound on a tab with a single click. This feature is very popular because it makes it much easier to navigate multiple tabs.
However, to the demise of users, this feature was removed in 2018, and since then, all Chrome users have not seen it again. After removing this feature, users must right-click the tab and select Website Mute Options to quickly mute a tab that mutes the site for all the tabs in which it is open that annoys the user. If you are one of those annoyed by the inability to disable sound for one tab, there’s good news for you.
A Chromium Gerrit user on Reddit revealed that Google has plans to bring back the mute button, in the near future. As per the user, Google’s rival Microsoft Edge has a similar feature that users love. So Google is compelled to do something about the mute button, as it is the demand of users.
Besides, Google has developed another mute tab button which is accessible right now for the Chrome Canary version. The button is located in the media control features and also enables users to mute individual tabs. However, it is now difficult to judge which of the features will be available on Chrome.
One of the unique features of Google Chrome was the Mute Tab button, which was located to the left of a tab and allows the user to mute the sound on a tab with a single click. Apart from this, Google has developed another mute tab button which is currently available on the Chrome Canary version, this button is present in the media control options and also allows users to individually mute tabs. However, it is now difficult to judge which of the features will be available on Chrome.